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A blank cheque for TNC corruption - Editorial

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One of the world’s most eminent jurists, prophet of social justice and advocate of multi-religious dialogue Judge C. G. Weeramantry, in a keynote speech to mark World Anti-Corruption day, said corruption all over the world was going on unchecked largely because of a........

Can Akashi play his cards right for Sri Lanka?

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The eighty two year old Japanese diplomat is back in the news in Sri Lanka, returning to the country for his twenty third visit, in an effort to assist the government in Colombo to deal with a brewing international storm over allegations of war crimes and human rights violations.

Fish with peculiar preying method

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Researchers of aquatic life have found a carnivorous fish that splashes saliva at the red-ant nests and other insects in the branches of trees hanging over the rivers and feed on them when they drop into the water.

Mandela treated me like a daughter: Chandrika

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Former South African President Nelson Mandela embraced me like a daughter each time we met,

Bribery allegations are completely false

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Chairman of the Commission to investigate Bribery or Corruption,

Mandela the moral leader

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We live in the era of permanent revolution that teaches us about the incapacity of liberal leaders achieving tasks of the democratic revolution.

Editorial-Learn from Mandela

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In the afterglow of the World Anti-Corruption Day on Monday Sri Lanka finds itself in a situation where the cost of living keeps soaring along with allegations of corruption.

Bhikkhuni Kusuma opens first training centre for Lankan Bhikkhunis

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Ven. Kolonnawe Bhikkhuni Kusuma, Chief Incumbent of the Ayya (Arrya) Khema Meditation Retreat Centre in Olaboduwa, opened the Ayya Khema Bhikkhuni Training Centre in Colombo - a training centre for Sri Lankan Bhikkhunis - on Sunday.

ETHICS and EMANCIPATION of Mandela A moral and ethical giant of our age

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The great Sri Lankan editor and Newsweek columnist Tarzie Vittachi, who preferred Jung to Freud, used to say that “everything is about something else.” So it is with the obituaries of Nelson Mandela.

Editorial - Corruption in education sector

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There is a vast gap between popular schools in major cities and small schools in remote villages in the country, with some popular schools having even swimming pools while the children of remote schools don’t even have access to drinking water to quench their thirst.

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